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  1. Hi there! I'm new to underwater photography and would be so glad if anybody could give me advice which of the following Systems I should use to take pictures of my kids in, over and underwater. I own a Nikon D750 and a Panasonic Lumix LX 100. Now I was thinking about the following solutions: Lumix LX100 and Meikon housing D750 with Ewa-Marine Both of these solutions are quite cheap but I can't shoot decent overunders with them. Solution with dome port: Canon 100D with Ikelite and Dome Port, If you have experiences with any of these systems I would be so happy to hear about them. I really have a hard time to make a decision. Of course I want to have it all: picture quality, light weight, decent overunders, good control over the settings ;-) Thank you so much in advance, Marianne
  2. Hi, I am in the process of considering my next camera upgrade. I have an Olympus OMD EM1 at the moment for underwater use and a Nikon D750 that I bought for a Safari recently. My problem is deciding if I should house the D750 or swap it for a D7200.... I have heard a lot of people saying that the full frame setups are heavy in comparison but looking at the Nauticam housing the D750 is lighter than than the D7200. So I guess its just the size of the dome port may be bigger for say a sigma 15mm compared with a Tokina 10-17, not a huge issue to me. I mainly take large animal portraits or macro. As far as Macro goes I am guessing a 105mm less on the D750 any disadvantages using this compared to a d7200? Anyone use the D750 and can give me some feedback on how it performs? If anyone has used both any guidance on how they compare would be great.
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